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We have re-opened but at the moment no public can access the building. We hope this will change in the next few weeks.
We will keep you updated
We hope to bring back our REHIS training in September (following all the government guidelines).
If you are interested in booking a space please contact
We are giving out food bags every Wednesday 10am-1pm. Come along and pick one up.
If you have any spare plastic bag please bring along and we can re-use them.
We currently have a limited number of spaces available on the following courses:
IT for all levels
Health & Safety
Toryglen Law & Money Advice Centre is a community based voluntary organisation who provide free advice and representation services on issues such as housing, welfare benefits, debt, women's rights and disability rights.
Through our partnership with Glasgow Kelvin College, Wheatley Group and GHA we can now offer access to our new Click & Connect Learning Centre and Internet Cafe. These facilities are open from 09.00 am - 17.00 pm and you are welcome to drop-in at any time. After you register this service is free to use and printing is available.
Orchard Grove Kindergarten provide affordable, quality childcare for children aged 0 - 5 years. Full time and part time spaces available. For further information contact Sandra Markey on 0141 613 2769.
Local residents can access our free training courses including Health & Safety, First Aid, Food Hygiene, ESOL, IT Classes. New courses are added weekly so don't forget to visit our What's On page. If you don't see what you are looking for please get in touch to let us know what you would like to see in future.
Urban Roots is a community led environmental charity working across the Southside of Glasgow. We empower local people to make choices and lifestyle changes that are beneficial for them, their communities and the environment.
Kaleyard's mission is to unite people through cooking, eating and sharing food together.
The old Scot's word "Kaleyard" means a kitchen garden, a word that defines the ethos of our cooking school.
We believe that anyone can cook cost effective, seasonal and nutritious food from scratch. With a little help from us, we hope to inspire you to find the confidence to cook, eat and share.
Kaleyard believes that the power of food can heal, unite and inspire globally. We offer free or subsidised to marginalised community groups and also teach cookery in various schools across Glasgow. All profits from our masterclasses and catering fund these projects.
Our training programme for 2020 is being finalised and we are now taking bookings for:
Health & Safety
Please visit our What's On page for more details or contact Veronica on 0141 613 2777 or
If you have used our Learning Centre in the past you will know that every August you need to re-register as this is the start of a new academic year.
SSAFA provide practical, emotional and financial support to anyone who is serving or has ever served and their families.
"As a club we are very much concerned with developing children and young people first and boxing coaching comes second. We want to help get young people off street corners and into sport and leading safer and healthier lifestyle"
Food bags given out Wednesday 10am-1pm.
If you have any plastic bags, please bring along so we can re-use them.
All postponed until further notice due to COVID19
Through our new partnership with Jobs and Business Glasgow we are now able to offer one to one support with employability and jobsearch. Please call 0300 123 2898 to book an appointment.
Places are available on our IT training sessions which take place on a Wednesday from 10 am - 12 pm. The course tutor will work with you to design a course which is tailored to your needs. The course is free and no experience is necessary. Please contact us for details or just drop in.
Our ESOL class started back in Aug. Our class is Elementry & Pre-Intermediate.
Tues & Fri mornings 10-12
Please contact Veronica on 0141 613 2777 or email: